"Through the history of mankind, the times most recorded in mythology and song are those of great deed and fantastic adventures. Such a tale is the story of, "Thexus - The Last Man." Rynado warrior Thexus is called upon by the mystical spirits of the Cas'Lu forest to find an ancient artifact known as the Dragon's Tear. Forged from the bones of an evil king and boiled in blood, the magical idol would render the man who possesses it invincible. But, beyond the realms of the forest,... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Fantasy, Comedy, low-budget
Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Low budget cookery, cbk Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=f8rqTkakRhgC&oe=UTF-8
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Low budget cookery, cbk Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=MAIFAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
Three friends who share an apartment find themselves in a fix when a thief breaks in... [this 13 min short film has been shot on a ridiculous budget of $4 and in two six hour overnight shoots] ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Short, thriller, low-budget
Jam Master Deadman and Super Digi Hartatak GET CRAZY with the old clown theme from the "clowns versus fools" conceptual bluprint for life created by Weird Jim... ( 7 reviews ) Topics: hiphop, rap, independent, low budget
ML2 has been one of my most ambitious projects. It took about a year to film. It shouldn't have taken so long except for some casting disasters, but hey... that's life. I am proud (and glad) that this is the last film I edited linear. Believe it or not, this hour long flick was edited on 2 VCR's, you must keep that in mind when watching it. I now edit on a non-linear editing system and I'm never going back. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Action Movies, low budget movies
Some different prints of the all-time classic. 1. Raw untouched video master - how the film has been seen on late night TV and PD video's and DVDs for years. 2. A remastered version of the film presented in HD. 3. Rare international widescreen theatrical release print presented 16:9 enhanced. Copyright Status: PUBLIC DOMAIN Published without a valid Copyright Notice. Type of Work: Cancelled Registration Cancelled Registration Number: PA0000046101 PA reg. cancelled. Published pre ’78 without... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: horror, zombie, low budget, independent
A really low budget 1953 commercial for Duz laundry soap (not a detergent at the time). This was taken from a daytime program. Notice how the guy holds the box of Duz as if it were a loved one. Topics: Classic TV Commercial, Duz, Low budget, Low-Budget, Cheap, Laundry Soap, Advertising,...
An episode of "Dr I.Q.", a short-lived and intentionally low-budget television game show that aired on ABC. A simple "question and answer" quiz show. The host tells us at the beginning of the broadcast that it was *not* rehearsed. Features promos for other ABC series (not sure of the copyright status of these promos). Very few episodes survive of this series. (thanks to TimL2009 for providing the date) ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, Quiz show, ABC, 1950s, 50s, Fifties, 1958, Low-budget, Low budget
A 1955 psa for save driving. This aired in a daytime show, hence why it is very basic. I believe the voice-over may have been live. Topics: Classic PSA, PSA, Public Service Announcement, Cheap, Low budget, Low-budget
A very very low-budget live commercial for Duz laundry soap. Very cheaply made, particularly compared with the Ivory soap commercial in the same broadcast. Aired on a CBS daytime show. Topics: Classic TV Commercial, Low budget, Low-Budget, Cheap, Laundry Soap, Advertising, Advertisement, Duz
Not sure what this is, but it appears to be one of those syndicated filler drama TV shows, aired in an quarter-hour time-slot. Closing credits are missing. Note: Contains some dated racial stereotyping. Personally, and this is just my opinion, I find the use of real locations to provide some merit to this dated short. I hope this is public domain. Topics: Classic TV, Television, Early Television, Low-budget, Racial Stereotyping, Low budget, Syndicated...
The Prospector's one-year (and one week) anniversary special finds him reviewing a low-budget horror movie. ... Wait, what's so special about that? Topics: snow white, slasher, horror, low-budget, review, recap, movie
Episode 15 marches once more into the low budget end of the cinematic pool and focuses on 1980's Without Warning and 1983's The Deadly Spawn. They both attempt to tell the story of an extraterrestrial entity who is interested in much more than Reese's Pieces. Without Warning features Jack Palance and Martin Landau in roles that truly test the bounds of the art of acting. The Deadly Spawn is an amazing piece of low budget film making and succeeds on every level as it tells the story of a small... Topics: deadly spawn, podcast, movie, low budget, without warning
This is the original widescreen theatrical print which is significantly sharper than the 4;3 print found elsewhere at IA. An ultra-low-budget sci fi romp in which a radiation-spawned monster terrorizes a California beach, without actually showing up on the beach. He (it) does manage to sink the same rowboat three times. Will Venice Beach survive? And what about the rest of us? Directed by Dan Milner Released in 1955 complete print Topics: sci fi, monsters, creature features, low budget, Kent Taylor
A low-budget 1953 commercial for "Joy" dish-washing liquid. Features the cheapest advertising jingle in the history of humanity. Topics: 1953, Commercial, Classic TV, Classic TV Commercial, Cheap, Low Budget
Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things (also known as Revenge of the Living Dead, Things From the Dead, and Zreaks) is a 1972 comedic horror film directed by Bob Clark. It later became a cult classic. This low-budget zombie film is the third film of director Bob Clark, who later became famous for directing the films Black Christmas, A Christmas Story, and Porky's. The story focuses on a theatre troupe, led by Alan. He is a mean-spirited director, who travels with the others by boat to a small... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: zombies, living dead, low-budget, horror-comedy, Bob Clark
The lurid title could easily side-track you from what is essentially an extremely frightening exploration of a woman's descent into madness. You can read it, of course, in a material sense as the title suggests; but everything in this film has the potential to signify something else entirely, and its this ambiguity that makes this film so macarbe and interesting. IMDB reference : http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0067341/ Topics: horror, low-budget, madness, feature, motion-picture, undead, vampires
A cheesy, low budget commercial featuring two carbomb salesmen. They won?t sell you a lemon, but they will sell you a bomb. Go to www.tastelesschoice.com for more videos. Topics: Funny or Die Video Archive, , low budget, carbomb, salesmen, tasteless, choice, glaubitz, leavy,...
Trash Video Podcast Episode 1. Welcome to Sleazoid City's brand new podcast where we review movies, share weird news, discuss pop culture, and lots more. On this episode we review three "incoherent flix" that you might want to check out: Things (1989), The Visitor (1979), and Black Devil Doll (1984). Topics: podcast, horror, low budget, b movie, things, black devil doll, the visitor
Negative Creeps is the feature length debut from comedy director Mark Devendorf. A group of friends trying to help a buddy out get into hilarious trouble with fowl murder. Topics: comedy, independent, feature, 40 year old virgin, low budget, indie, always sunny
A 1930s Southern drama about a light skinned woman who has been raised in the swamps. This was actress Olive Borden's last film. The cast includes Reed Howes, Molly O'Day, and Philip Ober.~ You can learn more about Olive at http://www.oliveborden.org ( 1 reviews ) Topics: olive borden, racism, low budget, southern, voodoo, reed howes, molly o'day, philip ober, chloe
Hello and welcome back to everyone's favorite drive-in "Spook House". Tonight we are cutting our prices and bringing two low budget classics, created and filmed specifically for you drive in enjoyment. After the usual coming attractions and a Casper cartoon, our first feature is that wonderfully confused period piece, made in Texas by the way, "The Dungeon of Harrow". Then, after a snack bar break, that classic is followed by another exercise in cheap thrills and bad acting,... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: drive in, drive-in, dungeon harrow, ghosts, low budget, horror, sci-fi
It's that time again kids! Grab your girl and load a few friends up into the trunk of your Chevy because we are going back to the Shocker Internet Drive In. This week we proudly present that low budget 1979 slasher/psycho classic - "Driller Killer". Of course we have included another Bugs Bunny cartoon as well as some "snack bar" teasers to get your taste buds going. So drive on in, but we do reserve the right to check the trunk of your car for stowaways looking to skip... ( 7 reviews ) Topics: horror, sci-fi, drive in, drive-in, psycho, low budget, slasher, crazy
A low budget classic television commercial for Pepto-Bimsol. Aired June 1956 or so. In black and white. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Low Budget, 1950s, 50s, Fifties, Commercial, TV, Television, classic tv commercial, animated
Another episode of the syndicated 50's sitcom "Life With Elizabeth", starring a young Betty White. "Life With Elizabeth" lasted from 1952 to 1955. Each episode consists of three segments, referred to as "incidents". (the logo of a DVD publisher appears in the corner during the opening and closing. This is not considered to be enough for them to claim copyright on it). ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Betty White, Sitcom, Low Budget, 50's, 1950's, Fifties, Television, Life with Elizabeth,
Filmmaker Jonathan Straiton and Filmmaker/Distributor Ron Bonk talk about releasing movies on limited edition VHS and problems with getting actors and crew sharing PR on their movies.Follow Ron Bonk @www.twitter.com/SRSCinemawww.facebook.com/subrosanetworkwww.srscinema.comFollow Jonathan Straiton @www.twitter.com/jstraitonwww.facebook.com/nightofsomethingstrangewww.talesfromtheset.com Topics: independent filmmaking, low budget movie making, underground productions, ron bonk, srs cinema
Welcome back for another warm night of creepy fun at the good old Shocker Internet Drive! Tonight we proudly present a Roger Corman double feature. Though it is open for debate, we think these are two of the master director's best movies. Grab your munchies from the snack bar and enjoy a bite with Aldry in "The Little Shop of Horrors" and then finish out the night with a little bit of art in "A Bucket of Blood". Of course we tempt you with the usual trailers, advertisements... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: drive in, horror, Roger Corman, Little Shop of Horrors, low budget, fun, shocker internet drive in
Made on an ultra-low budget of $200, Dingoman Productions proudly presents their first feature film, The Legend of Action Man, a comedy about a mediocre, self-proclaimed superhero Action Man (James McEnelly) who is warned that if he causes any more trouble around town he'll be put under house arrest. In comes Mark (Trey Dixon), a fresh-faced news intern looking for a big story to get his work on TV, and Action Man seems like an interesting subject. That is, until a murder is reported and the... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: comedy, funny, low budget, diy, filmmaking, moviemaker, the legend of action man, dingoman...
Yet another version of this sci-fi/horror "classic." After being decapitated in a car crash, "Jan in the Pan" needs a new body, and deranged surgeon/fiancee Herb Evers begins stalking strippers with the hope of performing a full-body transplant and eventually getting the best of both worlds. Naturally, things do not go quite as planned.I believe this is a clearer/sharper transfer of "Brain" than many (most?) of the others available in the Archive. Run time is 82... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: horror, sci-fi, transplantation, Jan in the Pan, mad scientist, low-budget